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Santonio Holmes To Retire As A Steeler Today

The Pittsburgh Steelers have announced Santonio Holmes will officially retire as a Steeler today. The team sent out the news moments ago. Santonio Holmes will officially retire from the NFL as a member of the Steelers. Watch the press conference live at 1:30 PM today. pic.twitter.com/UXgnEoNkFu — Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) October…


Interview: Santonio Holmes Discusses Super Bowl Winning Catch

Bringing you another Pittsburgh Steelers’ interview courtesy of our good friend Ron Lippock of the Pittsburgh Sports Daily Bulletin. Today, Ron chats with Super Bowl MVP Santonio Holmes. They talk about the coaches who influenced Holmes growing up, his time with the Steelers, and his life’s work. Be sure to check out Ron’s book, Steelers’ Takeaways: Player…



Steelers Still A Fan Favorite In Mexico

Maybe they aren’t The Beatles coming to America but the Pittsburgh Steelers taking a trip to Mexico has the same flavor. The team has always been a big hit there, despite being over 2300 miles away from the country’s capital. Several players are South of the border right now. James…


Recent Run On Defense In First Round Is Fuel Necessary For Turnaround

Over the course of the majority of their recent history, the Pittsburgh Steelers worked to become an even-handed team when it came to switching off between the offensive and defensive sides of the ball with respect to their premium resources—particularly in the first round, which is the best opportunity to…


Super Bowl Rewind: Steelers’ Greatest Super Bowl Plays

Today is the Super Bowl. That’s the good news. The Pittsburgh Steelers aren’t in it. That’s the bad news. So to combine the two, here are some of the best plays in their Super Bowl history. And there are a lot to choose from. Let us know what we left…


Mike Florio Floats Ridiculous Trade Conspiracy About Antonio Brown

Earlier today we brought you WeightGate, some ridiculous theory from some loudmouth with a radio show who calls himself “The Brick”, who suggested that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is playing 15 pounds overweight and that is why the team could not, and did not, execute a quarterback sneak at…


ESPN Insiders Misread Tomlin’s Tea Leaves On Brown

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin spent a lot of time during his Tuesday press conference addressing the locker room video that wide receiver Antonio Brown posted Sunday night following the teams win over the Kansas City Chiefs and with good reason. While Tomlin said quite a bit about Brown’s…



The Pittsburgh Steelers Top 100: 89-80

In the spirit of the offseason, Alex Kozora and I are undertaking the daunting task of ranking the top 100 Pittsburgh Steelers players in the history of the franchise. And we mean the complete history. 1933 to today, they’re all on the table. Alex and I first came up with…


Three Steelers Make Recent NFL Network Top 10 Of Acrobatic Plays

On the Thursday night edition of NFL Total Access, Lindsay Rhodes, Brian Baldinger and Shaun O’Hara counted down a top-ten of great all-time acrobatic plays and it included plays made by three different Pittsburgh Steelers. Coming in at No. 9 overall was Martavis Bryant and his amazing catch in the end…


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Steelers, Bengals Differ In Roster-Building Priorities

When it comes to the NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers are fairly regarded as one of the most successful drafting teams in recent decades, yet one of the most widely-regarded drafting teams in recent years has been the Cincinnati Bengals, who for a long time were regarded as a poor…


Revisiting Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2006 Draft Class

While I initially planned to cover just the Mike Tomlin years in revisiting the Steelers’ recent drafts, I recently talked about their first-round history dating back to 2006, so I thought that we should keep going. And in the interests of reaching a round number—and with a nod toward Heath…


Steelers Still Recovering From Past First-Round Decisions

While I have been writing these draft revisitation articles, one theme in particular struck me as concerning for a brief span of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ draft history. While they may have avoided landing any true outright busts, the team experienced a dry spell when it comes to hitting on first-rounders,…